Fonts tagged as: modernist

Glotona

/ June 20, 2017

Glotona is a typographic family composed of 4 fonts. They are modernist typefaces written by hand and combinable with each other by layers to create multicolored typographic headlines. Glotona is my tribute to Bodoni typefaces, revolutionary when they appeared in the eighteenth century and still valid today. Features: – Latin Extended-A • OTF & TTFRead more

Bw Gradual

/ May 7, 2017

Bw Gradual brings together the pragmatic feel of the geometric grotesque genre with the visual appeal of its very deep joins. Pure shapes and fast curves coexist on this versatile font family that claims for attention when used large, but also delivers a very comfortable reading experience when used as body copy, thanks to theRead more

Catorze27 Style 1

/ May 27, 2016

Catorze27 is a typeface inspired by northern Portuguese modernist lettering. Wrought iron is a widely used element on Portuguese architecture and, as such, the typeface started after collecting several photographs of modernist iron signage in several cities in the north of Portugal, especially in Espinho, Porto, Ponte de Lima and Viana do Castelo. As aRead more

Greycliff CF

/ May 7, 2016

Rugged, hearty, and warm, Greycliff CF is a versatile font family. Strong capitals and a smooth, open lowercase are effective in a variety of applications. The geometric, near-monoline construction lends Greycliff a classic durability reminiscent of the 1940s, tempered by softened edges and vibrant shapes. – Seven weights – Latin and Cyrillic alphabets – OpenTypeRead more

a sogra Ruth

/ April 30, 2016

Sans-serif style art deco condensed ultra high contrast between antlers and rounded at the corners. Font display to save space on long or advertising pieces which seeks a modernist style titles. The Commercial version includes: OTT & TTF font Latin-Extended & Greek alphabet. A Sogra Ruth can be used unlimited for both Commercial and PersonalRead more

Neonoir

/ June 28, 2015

Neonoir is a homage to neon lettering craftsmanship of the mid 20th century. All the beautiful futuristic grace of wall-sized bent-glass hand-writing is destilled into a three-weight connected script. Published by phospho Download Neonoir

Jeames

/ June 22, 2015

Jeames brings familiarity to the often detached feeling extended serif genre. The curved, heavy, joints let the letters bounce along while the proportions and contrast keep your eyes grounded. This mid century inspired family of three weights is intended for large titles and display. The set includes language support, opentype fractions, and other fun glyphs.Read more

Gibbs

/ May 25, 2015

Gibbs is a tough, sophisticated sans, named for prolific maritime architect William Francis Gibbs and inspired by his greatest design, the record-breaking mid-century luxury liner SS United States. Taking various cues from the unique cast aluminum signs found on board, the result is truly transatlantic — somewhere in between industrial American vernacular lettering and theRead more

Voyeur

/ February 6, 2015

Since you like to look, Angel Koziupa and Alejandro Paul bring you Voyeur, an entirely different direction from their usual collaborations. This typeface attracts two opposite design theories by mixing bold and blocky modernism with delicate ornamentals. The unlikely mix is not haphazard, however. It is calculated with an alchemist’s (or voyeur’s) attention to detail.Read more

Ealing

/ February 5, 2015

The Ealing font is a clean, geometric design inspired by the historic modular designs of the 30’s. With a large weight contrast, this font ranges from a refined light cut to a chunky, black style. Published by Michael Parson Download Ealing

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